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Online Student

Robert Heinbokel

Online Student
Studying music composition and production for Film, Television, and Video Games. 
Burbank, CA
Member since 2009

About Me

Composer focused on orchestration for film, television, and games. I’m currently an independent contractor proof reading sheet music for the Vitamin String Quartet and an intern at Shady Palms Productions. I live in Los Angeles and am a member of the Society of Composers and Lyricists as well as the Audio Engineers Society.

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Experience & Education


  • Intern for Eazy Tiger Music
    February 2014 to Present (over 5 years)
  • Intern for Shady Palms Productions
    December 2013 to Present (over 6 years)

    General music intern.

  • Proofreader for CMH Records
    July 2013 to Present (over 6 years)

    I'm an independent contractor proofreading sheet music for CMH Records. Generally for the Vitamin String Quartet.

  • Composer/Sound Designer for Crab Nebula Games
    March 2013 to Present (over 6 years)

    Wrote the score to and designed the sound to multiple games for Crab Nebula Games.


  • Audio Editor for The Jazz Funeral
    April 2014 to April 2014 (less than a month)

    Worked post production for a feature length film. Currently 7.1/10 on IMBD.

  • Music Composer, Mixer, Sound Design for Mr. Clean - Home Wrecker
    January 2014 to February 2014 (about a month)

    Wrote music, mixed, mastered, and designed sound for a short comedy sketch.

  • Music Composer for Reality Strikes
    April 2013 to May 2013 (about a month)

    Scored the independent film "Reality Strikes".


  • BS in Computer Science at Oregon State University
    2016 to 2017 (1 years)
  • BA in Music Production at Berklee College of Music
    2010 to 2016 (6 years)
  • Additional Education in Music Theory & Composition at Howard Richard's Tutoring
    2010 to 2012 (2 years)